Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Courtesy of David Burke’s Primehouse

Calling all carnivores: from old-school institutions to trendy newcomers, these steakhouses are a cut above the rest.

David Burke’s Primehouse, Chicago

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David Burke is known for his whimsy, and the celebrity chef’s playfulness is evident here in dishes like pretzel-crusted crab cakes, Kobe corn dogs, and red velvet cake in a can. But this steakhouse is serious about its meat. The restaurant has its own stud—a 2,500-pound bull named Prime—as well as an in-house Himalayan salt-lined drying cave (curious diners can request a tour). The payoff is intensely beefy, perfectly tender steaks like the 55-day-aged rib eye.

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

David Burke’s Primehouse, Chicago

David Burke is known for his whimsy, and the celebrity chef’s playfulness is evident here in dishes like pretzel-crusted crab cakes, Kobe corn dogs, and red velvet cake in a can. But this steakhouse is serious about its meat. The restaurant has its own stud—a 2,500-pound bull named Prime—as well as an in-house Himalayan salt-lined drying cave (curious diners can request a tour). The payoff is intensely beefy, perfectly tender steaks like the 55-day-aged rib eye.

Courtesy of David Burke’s Primehouse
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